Rhee resigns as D.C. schools chancellor
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Rhee resigns as D.C. schools chancellor

In a press conference at the Mayflower Hotel in D.C., Michelle Rhee will leave with unfinished business in her quest to improve teaching and infuse a culture of excellence in the D.C. school system. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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